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Figure 6 shows a visual representation of the package.Figure 7 shows data from the EM simulation on the data-inputlead while looking at its loss or attenuation over frequency up to10 GHz. The crosstalk is calculated from the data-input lead to thenext adjacent pin on the bottom of the package. The graph alsoshows how coupling or crosstalk increases with frequency orincreasing data rate.

A direct conversion receiver has an intrinsic difficulty; it generates a DC offset. If it is not suppressed well, it causes a decrease in receiver sensitivity,” reports Donald K. McClymont, Wireless Communications product line manager at Conexant Systems, Inc.Focusing engineering resources on this problem, direct conversion vendors have taken different approaches to their DC offset cancellation scheme. When examining the DC offset cancellation approach, it is important to understand how fast the DC offset correction can converge, how much time it takes to set up, and if this has any impact on current drain.

In this section we will characterize a four-turn octagonalspiral inductor. A top view of the spiral layout is shown inFigure 3 . Inductor width is 25 µm and the separationbetween the different windings is 5 µm. The inductor is put ona 500 µm 15 W -cm substrate. Thethickness of the SiO2 layer underneath the inductor is 8µm. The metallization layer for the spiral has an equivalentsurface impedance of 9.2 mW /sq., whichis a low value and is a consequence of the combination of thedifferent metallization levels. Surrounding the inductor is ametallization ring (halo), which acts as the path for the returncurrent in the structure. The metallization ring is also connectedto the silicon substrate with several vias.

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A direct conversion receiver has an intrinsic difficulty; it generates a DC offset. If it is not suppressed well, it causes a decrease in receiver sensitivity,” reports Donald K. McClymont, Wireless Communications product line manager at Conexant Systems, Inc.Focusing engineering resources on this problem, direct conversion vendors have taken different approaches to their DC offset cancellation scheme. When examining the DC offset cancellation approach, it is important to understand how fast the DC offset correction can converge, how much time it takes to set up, and if this has any impact on current drain.

In this section we will characterize a four-turn octagonalspiral inductor. A top view of the spiral layout is shown inFigure 3 . Inductor width is 25 µm and the separationbetween the different windings is 5 µm. The inductor is put ona 500 µm 15 W -cm substrate. Thethickness of the SiO2 layer underneath the inductor is 8µm. The metallization layer for the spiral has an equivalentsurface impedance of 9.2 mW /sq., whichis a low value and is a consequence of the combination of thedifferent metallization levels. Surrounding the inductor is ametallization ring (halo), which acts as the path for the returncurrent in the structure. The metallization ring is also connectedto the silicon substrate with several vias.

A number of solutions exist to minimize this type of noise source. Output drivers can be designed to control the drive strength, and a slew-rate control circuit can be added to limit di/dt. Drive-strength control is generally preferable to a fixed value, since most device testers have a higher test-node capacitance than the final application.

The hyped-up frenzy over the communications market ground to a halt in 2001, setting the stage for rebirth in 2002. Comms companies have put a renewed focus on satisfying customer needs and delivering cutting-edge system designs. At the same time, a host of startups that tottered on the brink of disaster last year have held on and are showing signs of growth.

Finally, there is always a key question associated with the traditional high-performance programmable DSP architectures: future proofing. Traditional DSP companies introduce new architectures every three to four years at a great research and development expense, which in many cases is in excess of $100 million. These new architectures often have little resemblance to their previous versions. As a result, long-term development is becoming obsolete and systems that are employed for some time, as is the case of software-defined radio infrastructure, will require expensive upgrades.

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In this section we will characterize a four-turn octagonalspiral inductor. A top view of the spiral layout is shown inFigure 3 . Inductor width is 25 µm and the separationbetween the different windings is 5 µm. The inductor is put ona 500 µm 15 W -cm substrate. Thethickness of the SiO2 layer underneath the inductor is 8µm. The metallization layer for the spiral has an equivalentsurface impedance of 9.2 mW /sq., whichis a low value and is a consequence of the combination of thedifferent metallization levels. Surrounding the inductor is ametallization ring (halo), which acts as the path for the returncurrent in the structure. The metallization ring is also connectedto the silicon substrate with several vias.

A number of solutions exist to minimize this type of noise source. Output drivers can be designed to control the drive strength, and a slew-rate control circuit can be added to limit di/dt. Drive-strength control is generally preferable to a fixed value, since most device testers have a higher test-node capacitance than the final application.

The hyped-up frenzy over the communications market ground to a halt in 2001, setting the stage for rebirth in 2002. Comms companies have put a renewed focus on satisfying customer needs and delivering cutting-edge system designs. At the same time, a host of startups that tottered on the brink of disaster last year have held on and are showing signs of growth.

In this section we will characterize a four-turn octagonalspiral inductor. A top view of the spiral layout is shown inFigure 3 . Inductor width is 25 µm and the separationbetween the different windings is 5 µm. The inductor is put ona 500 µm 15 W -cm substrate. Thethickness of the SiO2 layer underneath the inductor is 8µm. The metallization layer for the spiral has an equivalentsurface impedance of 9.2 mW /sq., whichis a low value and is a consequence of the combination of thedifferent metallization levels. Surrounding the inductor is ametallization ring (halo), which acts as the path for the returncurrent in the structure. The metallization ring is also connectedto the silicon substrate with several vias.

A number of solutions exist to minimize this type of noise source. Output drivers can be designed to control the drive strength, and a slew-rate control circuit can be added to limit di/dt. Drive-strength control is generally preferable to a fixed value, since most device testers have a higher test-node capacitance than the final application.

The hyped-up frenzy over the communications market ground to a halt in 2001, setting the stage for rebirth in 2002. Comms companies have put a renewed focus on satisfying customer needs and delivering cutting-edge system designs. At the same time, a host of startups that tottered on the brink of disaster last year have held on and are showing signs of growth.

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A number of solutions exist to minimize this type of noise source. Output drivers can be designed to control the drive strength, and a slew-rate control circuit can be added to limit di/dt. Drive-strength control is generally preferable to a fixed value, since most device testers have a higher test-node capacitance than the final application.

The hyped-up frenzy over the communications market ground to a halt in 2001, setting the stage for rebirth in 2002. Comms companies have put a renewed focus on satisfying customer needs and delivering cutting-edge system designs. At the same time, a host of startups that tottered on the brink of disaster last year have held on and are showing signs of growth.

The hyped-up frenzy over the communications market ground to a halt in 2001, setting the stage for rebirth in 2002. Comms companies have put a renewed focus on satisfying customer needs and delivering cutting-edge system designs. At the same time, a host of startups that tottered on the brink of disaster last year have held on and are showing signs of growth.

Finally, there is always a key question associated with the traditional high-performance programmable DSP architectures: future proofing. Traditional DSP companies introduce new architectures every three to four years at a great research and development expense, which in many cases is in excess of $100 million. These new architectures often have little resemblance to their previous versions. As a result, long-term development is becoming obsolete and systems that are employed for some time, as is the case of software-defined radio infrastructure, will require expensive upgrades.

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Janine Sullivan is the president of The Write Solution based in Parsippany, NJ. She was formerly the chief editor for Communications Products magazine. She holds a BA from the University of Delaware and an MA from Duquense University. She can be contacted at .